These wine popsicles taste like frozen wine spritzers. They are easy to make with only a few ingredients, and the perfect choice for a grown up dessert.
Popsicles, ice pops or ice lollies are a fantastic treat for summer, and adults will love this alcoholic version made with wine.
They are incredibly easy to make, and store well. Keep a batch of frozen wine ice pops ready for whenever you want a little treat. Just make sure to keep them separate from the kids treats!
Why you'll love it
- Easy to make
- Requires few ingredients
- Tastes amazing
- Perfect for girls' night, bachelorette parties and more
Wine: Use any of your favorite wines. I like to make wine popsicles with a fruity red wine or a sweet white wine. Rose is also a great choice!
Lemonade: Adds some flavor, and improves the texture of the popsicles. You can alternatively use tonic water or sparkling water as you prefer.
Lemon juice: Complements the sweetness of the wine, and improves the flavor. Can be omitted.
You can find full instructions + ingredient measurements in the recipe card at the bottom of this page
Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl or measuring jug. Make sure that any sugar or sweetener is completely dissolved.
Pour the liquid into popsicle molds, and freeze for at least 8 hours or overnight. The popsicles will then be ready to serve whenever you want!
- Use silicone popsicle molds rather than steel or plastic. Popsicles are much easier to remove from these molds.
- Don't fill the molds completely, as the liquid will slightly expand as it freezes.
- The exact amount of liquid needed to make the ice pops will vary depending on the size of your molds. If you have any leftover, you can drink it like a spritzer.
Wine popsicles can be served as an easy dessert, treat or snack. They are particularly tasty on hot summer days, but you can enjoy them whenever you feel like it.
I also love serving these for garden parties or late night BBQs, instead of classic cocktail.
Different wines: Try making these with any wine that you like, including red wine, white wine and rose wine.
Different sparkling drinks: Replace the lemonade with sparkling water or tonic water. Try raspberry, lime, strawberry or blueberry flavored sparkling water!
Added flavor: In addition to the ingredients, you can also add a little flavor. Try adding a teaspoon of orange extract or vanilla extract for that little extra.
With chunks: Speaking of the little extra; make the popsicles a little more interesting by adding diced fruits or berries to the popsicles. Sliced strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, dragon fruit and kiwi works wonderfully.
Store frozen popsicles in a freezer for up to 6 months. When they are removed from the freezer, they will defrost quickly, so I recommend serving them immediately.
Frequently asked questions
Wine pops are simply popsicles with wine. You can make them with different flavors, depending on which wine you want to use.
Yes! They contain alcohol, and are not suitable for kids or others avoiding alcohol. For a non-alcoholic version, make sure to use non-alcoholic wine.
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- 1 cup wine
- 1 cup lemonade (or sparkling water)
- ½ lemon (juice only)
- 2 tablespoons honey
- Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl or measuring jug. Whisk until the honey, or any other sweetener is completely dissolved.
- Pour the liquid into popsicle molds, and freeze for at least 8 hours or overnight. The popsicles will then be ready to serve whenever you want!
- Store in a freezer for up to 6 months.